Hotel Review: Anaheim Marriott

I recently stayed at the Anaheim Marriott during a short work-trip and today I'd like to share my experience with you. On previous visits to the area, I've stayed on-site at the Disneyland Resort or in Los Angeles; so I was excited for a new experience. Built in 1981, the Anaheim Marriott is a large […]

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My Top Disney Parks Travel Hacks

A visit to the Disney Parks is something which is fun for the young and the young at heart. Where you can let your imagination soar and forget about the outside world. Let's face it, you know that a trip to Disney will entail spending a lot of time queuing up to enjoy the attractions, […]

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Destination Guide: Beverly Hills, California

Last year, I enjoyed a couple of days exploring the iconic city of Beverly Hills - recognised as the home and playground for the rich, the famous, and those who just want to be seen. Being in my early twenties, I was a little apprehensive of visiting the area alone - but there was no […]

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How to save on food and drink at the airport

Depending on your travel routine, the chances are you’ll most likely want to grab a coffee and a little something to eat before you fly; which can often take quite a chunk out of your wallet… not really ideal when your holiday is only just beginning. I’ve always noticed a premium price on food and drink […]

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Review: Star Alliance Business + First Class Lounge at LAX

I was fortunate enough to visit the Star Alliance Lounge within the Tom Bradley International Terminal at LAX. The $1.9 billion terminal opened in September 2013; and features a plethora of new and exciting retail and dining options; including an Umami Burger and the first Starbucks Evenings airport location on the West Coast. TBIT is […]

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ICYMI: JSB on Disney: Why solo trips are a lot of fun

I’m often asked if I mind ending up going to Disney alone, but the truth is I don’t. Roaming the parks solo can actually be quite a fun experience and is often how I’ve ended up meeting people whom I now call my best friends. Here are a few reasons why going to a Disney park on […]

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Why hotels should embrace technology

Technology and hotels are the perfect match.  You could say they aretwo things which work well in trying to accomplish the following things: a – Enhancing the guest experience b – Increasing productivity and efficiency. From the simple functionality of a smartphone app where guests are ablue to view resort information, to the clever way of “chatting with […]

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My thoughts on self-service check-in

The past few years has seen many airlines introduce self-serve check in kiosks (SSK’s) at the airport, which allows passengers to check-in, print off their boarding pass and tag their own bags before dropping it off at the bag drop desk. Well, those clunky kiosks with an outdated front-end system are on the verge of being sent to […]

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Hotel Review: Anaheim Marriott

I recently stayed at the Anaheim Marriott during a short work-trip and today I'd like to share my experience with you. On previous visits to the area, I've stayed on-site at the Disneyland Resort or in Los Angeles; so I was excited for a new experience. Built in 1981, the Anaheim Marriott is a large […]

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Snowdogs By The Sea arrive in Brighton

This weekend saw the launch of an incredibly cute public sculpture trail in the city of Brighton and Hove; all to raise money for a local charity. Inspired by the animated film “The Snowman™ and The Snowdog“; 44 giant Snowdog sculptures have been scattered across the city as part of the exhibition – raising money for The Martlets […]

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